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♪ good goes around and around... ♪ more trouble in the tropics. we're tracking several systems and we have a closer look at jose's impact on our area. happening now, teachers are on strike this morning. next, what parents and students need to know about contract talks and emergency child care options. and new violence, new vandalism, the unrest continues in st. louis as people react to the acquittal of a white former police officer accused of killing a black man. nbc 10 news starts now. >> and right now at 11:00, get ready to feel the impact of hurricane jose. a live look now at the satellite image of the category 1 hurricane, parts of the east coast are in for some windy and
rainy conditions ahead. good morning to you. i'm erin coleman. hurricane jose is not expected to make landfall here, but we'll still feel the effects. this is a live look at cape may. the storm is well off the coast, but parts of the jersey shore and delaware beaches have strong rip currents and rough surf. see it out there now. krystal klei here with the latest check on jose. >> what we're looking at now is the first alert in place, i put this out yesterday, advance notice of the tropical impact we'll be feeling but the jersey shore, and our delaware beaches, first alert begins this evening and will last through thursday morning. as we watch jose's track, may need to tighten that up, if it slows down, we may need to expand that through the rest of thursday. here is what we're expecting tuesday into wednesday. high surf and high rip current risk with high winds as well. now there is a tropical storm watch, in place along our coastal points. minor coastal flooding is
expected and beach erosion to come with it. these are all expected as a result of basically the ripple effect impacts of jose, even though we won't see a landfall here locally. look at tropical satellite. this is jose. you can see the strength it has got, closer to us, sitting off the coast of north carolina. 400 miles away from the storm's center from delaware down. but, that is still going to start allowing us to see some impacts as early as today. we have a high rip current risk. wave heights are picking up. notice the clouds spilling across the area, that is the cloud deck from jose. so already we're noticing 400 miles away from us. let's talk temperatures. they won't rise a lot today, as we keep the east flow of winds. we're at 72 now in philadelphia. 75 in vineland. wilmington, you're at 73 degrees today. coming up in a few minutes, we'll talk more about the track of jose, and i'll update you on maria, which has just been elevated to a category 3 hurricane. >> and in the caribbean, people are getting ready for more
trouble in the tropics. hurricane maria, just heard, could strike the same area devastated by hurricane irma. in puerto rico, residents are stocking up on water, wood and food. >> be sure your families are safe. we can start the rebuilding process once again after this storm passes. >> the governor says this hurricane could be even worse. remember, you can track hurricane jose and maria with the free nbc 10 app, it lets you customize the forecast for where you live sanand sends you alert for your neighborhood as soon as they're issued. teachers in montgomery county are officially on strike. the teachers with walking the picket line right now. pam? >> reporter: well, erin there are 403 teachers in this district as you said.
monday of th none of them are in the classroom. they have been picketing since 7:30 this morning and they're unsure as to when they'll return. instead of school bells -- >> what's my name? >> reporter: -- it was the sound of a strike that rang out from the entryways monday morning. >> we're willing to continue to bargain. and at any time, and at this point we have put something across to them, but at this point, it does not seem they're willing to move off their positions. >> reporter: the teachers wanted a better salary and got it. >> already agreed to salary proposal which would have increased the average teacher salary by $10,800 for 17.12%. >> reporter: teachers wanted a better deal on health insurance and that's where negotiations fell apart. >> there comes a point that the amount of money that you're getting balancing against how much the increases are in health care are not meshing. >> reporter: both sides say they're willing to negotiate, but the district says teachers
must pay their fair share. >> being fair is providing our teachers with a competitive wage. the school district can't take on the full burden of the whole cost of the medical plans. >> reporter: the only thing that teachers and administrators seem to agree on is that the sooner they can reach a deal, the better it will be for students and parents who have been forced to find alternative care during the strike. >> we care about the kids. and we want to get through this so we can be back in the classroom with them. >> reporter: as we come back out here live, legally the strike could last for up to 18 days, and with no scheduled negotiations, the district says it is alerting parents each night at 8:00 as to whether or not class will be held the next day. reporting live in eagleville, pamela osborne, nbc 10 news. the school district released its contingency plan for
students and parents. find a link on the nbc 10 app. this morning, philadelphia police are looking for a couple who robbed an 87-year-old woman of her jewelry and knocked her to the ground. the woman's daughter told nbc 10 the pair knocked on her mother's door in south philadelphia yesterday morning, the man and woman asked for directions before forcing their way inside and robbing their mother, even taking the wedding ring off of her finger. >> threw her down to the ground, assaulted her, held a gun to her neck, and told her not to scream or they would kill her. >> the victim went to the hospital to get checked out. she is expected to be okay. a cabrini university student says someone put a racist slur on the door to her dorm room. here is a look at what that student found. we blurred the word. cabrini university says it is aware of the situation and the university issued this statement. quote, the university is fully investigating this report and takes our student's safety seriously.
cabrini does not tolerate any form of hate speech or racist language and our priority remains to ensure our students feel safe and supported. sky force 10 over a taxi that caught fire this morning. police say it appears the car slammed into a barrier on a ramp that connects chestnut street to market street. the driver is in the hospital right now. and time now for a check on the roads with nbc 10 first alert traffic reporter jessica boyington. >> watching a problem on 95. right near the walt whitman bridge, southbound side, multivehicle accident here. i'm watching it for quite some time. and, again, on the southbound side over here. so moving more towards the stadium area. that's where you would see that here, moving into south philadelphia. now you see police activity there on the scene. what they have done is stopped all lanes of traffic temporarily. they had them all open for most of the -- the last hour or so, just left hand lanes were blocked.
then they close it all down, you can see it looks like they have an ambulance up ahead here, just to get everything over into the side. that's typically what happens there or however they have to get this scene clear, they'll block all the lanes off temporarily for that. watching 95, big delays there. also watching the schuylkill expressway, slow moving maintenance vehicles in both directions, seeing a little slowdown, to center city. 20 minutes from the blue route to the vine street expressway, speeds in the 30s. crash upper moreland, around bear boulevard. oh, so close. the eagles battled to the very end before dropping a hard fought game in kansas city. andy reid got the better of his protege eagles head coach doug peterson in the first ever matchup. >> i didn't talk to him before the game, outside of -- i guess pregame spoke to him, just see how he was doing. it was a lot of fun, great atmosphere to play in. these are great fans, passionate about their team.
and which they should be, much like our fans. >> next sunday the eagles host the new york giants in the birds' home opener at the link. early morning bus collision turns deadly in new york. a look at the crash that sent more than as do oth s ddozen ot to the hospital. and hazing in america. the parents of timothy piazza is here in a town hall live on the "today" show. their message for parents, with kids who just headed off to college. plus, we talk to pennsylvania congressman pat meehan about the action he's taking to make schools safer. and take a look. that's jose, the rain band starting to head our way. we're going to talk about the local impacts we'll see over the next several days. plus, we'll check out what we're seeing with hurricane maria as well. fran grenier.
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more than a dozen others hurt after a tour bus and mass transit bus collided this morning. it happened around 6:30 a.m. one bus slammed into a row of storefronts and set that building on fire. today, president trump is meeting with world leaders who are in new york city for the united nations general assembly. this is video of the president arriving at the u.n. headquarters with u.s. ambassador nikki haley this morning.
the president addressed a u.n. sponsored event on reforming the world body. mr. trump criticized the u.n. as weak and incompetent during his campaign. this week the general assembly is expected to discuss north korea's missile launches, climate change and tension in the middle east. the president will address the assembly tomorrow. this morning, demonstrators in the streets of st. louis, they are angry about a white police officer being acquitted on charges of killing a black man. police arrested dozens of people when peaceful demonstrations turned violent last night. blake mccoy has the latest. >> reporter: good day to you. you can see some of the damage left behind by the protests last night after protesters came through and bashed in the windows to several businesses in downtown st. louis. today, that cleanup work is under way. more protesters are gathering here in st. louis today, and this has followed a pattern which is that the protester, the big organized protests have been peaceful. at night the protesters are told to go home, 100 or so agitators
stick around and start causing problems. >> for the third day in a row, the nights have been -- the days have been calm and the nights have been destructive. >> this all follows the acquittal of a white police officer in the 2011 shooting death of a black man, anthony lamar smith. the judge decided to side with the officer acquitting him of murder charges. protesters say they want to see systemic change in the way that black people are treated in this city. right now, the governor has the national guard on stand by should things get worse. i'm blake mccoy, in st. louis, for nbc news. britain's terror threat level is down from critical to severe after police arrested two men in friday's explosion on the london subway. security video shot before the blast shows a man carrying the same type of supermarket bag in which the bomb was found. 90 minutes later an explosion sent a fireball through a subway car, injuring more than two dozen people.
authorities arrested an 18-year-old refugee from iraq and a 21-year-old believed to be from syria, both men were fostered by a british couple. neither suspect has been charged. today is the first day of national hazing prevention week. experts say hazing takes advantage of a young person's need to fit in and be accepted. right now, 14 fraternity brothers are facing criminal charges in the hazing death of timothy piazza at penn state. authorities say piazza drank a dangerous amount of alcohol and fell several times at the beta theta pi house. the brothers waited hours before calling 911. piazza's parents were on the "today" show this morning for a town hall on hazing. they said when he expressed interest in joining the frat, following their son's death they want to make sure other families won't have to experience their pain.
>> young kids are impressionable. and sometimes they feel peer pressure. we're trying to do things that will make a difference. we're trying to do things that will put an end to it. for example, we're working with the state of pennsylvania to try to introduce new laws which makes hazing penalties stiffer. not only for the individuals that do it, but also for the universities and other organizations that turn a blind eye to it. >> pennsylvania congressman patrick meehan discussed the issue during the town hall. nbc 10's lauren make talked to him just after he got off the air. >> why do you think that we are now at a point where the federal government needs to get involved in this? >> talk to the piazza family who lost a son. talk to the lsu parents who are concerned they lost a son. a lot of talk to the family from rutgers who were there when we announced this bill who lost a son. these incidents have had serious consequences of substantial harm
and it is time that we begin to appreciate that hazing when it goes out of bounds can be dangerous. >> meehan co-sponsored a bill that would require colleges to report hazing incidents. he says that will give people a better understanding of the extent of the problem. and it will encourage colleges to partner with students to reduce risky behavior. now, your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> all right. we're starting with a look locally on our radar and satellite map, really no rain, that shows up in the greens, yellows, reds. instead, clouds starting to spread across the area. why? hurricane jose is sitting to our southeast and that cloud deck is spilling across our zone. take a look. this is the wider picture. you can see jose spreading out to sea. the rain brands at coastal points. can't see rain across the whole thing. radar does not reach that far into sea. these bands start to approach us as we go into tonight and
especially tomorrow. so, today, we're just looking at the clouds and an isolated chance of a shower developing later in the day. isolated meaning mostly light rain and very spotty in nature, if anything were to pop up. temperatures are going to stay around the mid to upper 70s. we may be able to make it to 80 in delaware. because the cloud cover in the east flow, most of us will stay right around those mid to upper 70s for highs today. now, temperaturewise we're in the 70s. really the focus is all the effects of jose. rip current risk yet again high across all of our coastal points, dangerous rip currents likely to form throughout the areas. you should not enter the waters as a result, easy to get dragged into the ocean when these rip currents are so powerful, why so powerful? jose is churning up the water. we have larger wave heights that are moving inland. jose now university just 11 a.m. intensity update, still a category 1. take a look at the updated track here.
through your tuesday, from today to tuesday, still appears to be a category 1 hurricane, right at that 75-mile-per-hour wind speed. not a lot of movement, tuesday morning to tuesday night. by tuesday night, it is really sitting parallel to us. but still off shore. not looking at a landfall impact for us. we'll feel the effects, though, through tuesday, and wednesday. it is still sitting right around us. notice the updated track here, sharp turn down to the south. some spinning in place for a bit and falling apart. that's why you see it as an l, really just weakened entirely at this point on saturday. giving it an arch backwards, again, models not in agreement yet, far out to say what will happen at this point. it looks like it will weaken considerably at that point. here is the coastal threat. rain half an inch to an inch possible. coastal flooding mostly minor. few spots could see minor coasts -- moderate coastal
flooding. gusts 40 to 50 miles per hour. rip currents at a high threat throughout the next several days. wave heights 10 to 15 feet on tuesday when jose is closest to us running parallel to the shoreline. let's switch gears and talk about the tropical storm watches and warnings in place. our shore points, tropical storm watch, that means sustained winds of 39 miles per hour possible. and we have winds that strong, could see tree damage or trash cans, things like that around, that could get knocked around as well. hurricane maria, so much to talk about. this is updated, 120-mile-per-hour winds and maria has now become a category 3. likely as we go through monday into tuesday, to impact some of the leeward islands already impacked by irma, tuesday, category 4, approaching puerto rico by tuesday night into wednesday morning. wednesday through thursday, starting to near parts of hispaniola before it may by friday impact the u.s. virgin islands, turks and caicos again
a city wide celebration of innovation and creativity is under way now in philadelphia. the fringe festival features more than a thousand daring performances in a variety of mediums. hallie martin son is the director of communications for fringe arts and is here with the creator and performer of moon age day dream. thank you for being here. what can people expect? tell us about this year's festival. >> sure, so the international fringe movement is a democratic movement of arts-making. really any artist that wants to have a show in the festival can have a show in the festival. that means is there is an incredibly diverse amount of
work that schaap iis happening. music, dance, theater. i think the thing that unites it is that it is artists that are experimenting, trying new things that are really creating work that has never been seen before. you might see a show in a basement, a show outside in a park, a show on a rooftop. it really takes it outside of the traditional theater going experience and creates a new kind of experience. >> that's cool. mary, your play talks about your coming of age with david bowie as your guide. tell us more about that. >> so basically david bowie was my imaginary friend growing up. i think growing up is always challenging for everyone and really finding your own self. and the thing i found with david bowie is i found he found the words for me at times when i was unable to find my own words. and through his influence, i became an artist and an artist who i am today and in the end, found my own words. and by writing this show enabled to express myself.
>> why do you think the fringe festival has been to successful for so long. we're talking 21 years. >> it is true. i think in a lot of ways the fringe festival defined art scene. this celebrates new work, celebrates people trying things, new plays, a life here they don't necessarily in other cities. a lot of that has to do with the legacy of the fringe festival. the artists, pig iron peter company, which has a show at the end of the week, called period of existence, these folks came up with the festival. the first show was in the first year of the festival and they defined this experimental, daring theme in philadelphia. that's why people feel like they're part of fringe festival because they have grown up with it. >> thank you for being with us this morning. >> thank you so much. >> the 2017 fringe festival runs now through next sunday, september 24th. catch performances of moon age day dream tomorrow through
saturday at the arts aliance at 18th street. get all the details at our website or check out the nbc 10 app. heavy winds and rough surf. we're dealing with the impact of hurricane jose. we're tracking jose and two other storms that could mean more trouble for the caribbean. we'll break down the timing of all of it just ahead. and a day of praise and recognition so many years in the making. we're going to talk with local vets who are now on their way to our nation's capital to receive a well deserved honor.
see there are some other troubles in the tropics too. there is a high risk for dangerous rip currents at the jersey shore and the delaware beaches. a live look at avalon, staying out of the water, out of the water is your best bet with conditions like these. nbc 10 first alert meteorologist krystal klei has the latest on jose's track. >> i'm happy to see the clouds have taken over at the shore because i think that deters more people from getting in the water. just don't do it for the next few days. it is hard to see rip currents when they exist. tropical impacts over the jersey shore and our delaware beaches. begins tonight and lasts through thursday morning. we're feeling some impacts from jose in the form of the dangerous rip currents, but more to come. high surf with the rip currents combined with high winds and we're now under a tropical storm watch which means some sustained winds up to 39 miles per hour along the shore are possible. minor coastal flooding and beach erosion is possible in areas prone to this.
if you live somewhere and say, yeah, that happens a lot near me, it is likely to happen this time around. tropical satellite shows us where jose is. a category 1 storm sitting parallel to north carolina now. it is going to run attract parallel to us and we get into tomorrow. look at our radar and satellite, clouds are spilling across the area. a great day today is what we're expecting. in terms of temperatures, they're not going to rise much. right now, we're in the low 70s. into the afternoon, mid, possibly to upper 70s, about all we will get due to the winds pushing in from the east. tomorrow, a windy day, and for some of us, a rainy day as well. coming up, we'll take a closer look at the local impacts to our neighborhoods and we'll talk about hurricane maria. >> you said it this morning, hurricane maria strengthened to a category 3 hurricane. it is churning towards the eastern caribbean and islands that are still recovering from irma. tammy litener has the latest
from san juan, puerto rico. >> reporter: this morning, round two, the caribbean in the cross hairs again, this time from maria, another potentially destructive hurricane now strengthening, following almost the identical path of demonstration left by irma. >> nervous? >> yes, very. >> reporter: just days after the ferocious category 5 storm tore through the islands, leaving thousands without homes and businesses demolished, hurricane warnings and watches are up again. >> hurricane maria, we have watches, we have warnings, nobody wants them but we have them. >> reporter: residents who just got through irma are now heading back to the grocery store to stock up on food and water. and wood is a big seller again. >> it is devastating, very stressful for everyone. >> reporter: and the caribbean braces for maria, residents in the hard hit florida keys are doing what they can to clean up the mess. >> working, trying to get everything back to normal, restore everything. i think before we know it, we'll
be back up the way we were before. >> reporter: tens of thousands of residents here have no power, while residents are still trying to recover from irma, they're getting ready for maria, a lot for one island to handle. make sure you have the nbc 10 app to keep track of jose on the go. you can also sign up to get severe weather alerts for your neighborhood. happening now, teachers in the methacton school district are officially on strike. that means parents had to find care today for 5,000 students or stay home from work. let's check back in with pamela osborne where the teachers are walking the picket line, pam. >> reporter: that's right. the ymca stepped up to offer child care for can k through 6 students for parents, but it comes at a cost to parents as teachers picket just outside of the high school.
here's where things are at. there are no new negotiations scheduled, both sides left the bargaining table at 8:30 after talks fell through. the teachers wanted a better salary, which they got. district accepted the union salary proposal as is. but where they couldn't agree on was how much teachers should pay for health insurance. both sides say they're willing to negotiate but it will be up to a state negotiator to bring both sides back to the table. i want you to take a listen to where the district and teachers are at right now and how they view this impasse. >> they're looking for us to pay health care in the upper tier of the county. and there comes a point that the amount of money that you're getting balancing against how much the increases are in health care are not meshing. >> the school board is trying to find a favorable balance.
>> reporter: when will the teachers return to the classrooms is a question that neither side is able to answer at this point. legally speaking, the strike could go for up to 18 days. the district says parents will be made aware of the status of the strike and the status of classes at 8:00 p.m. each night as long as the strike goes on. reporting live now in eagleville, i'm pamela osborne, nbc 10 news. >> methacton school district released the contingency plan for students and parents. you can find that on the nbc 10 app. british police are still questioning two suspects in connection to the london subway blast. kelly cobiella has the latest on the investigation. >> reporter: from a security camera south of the city, a man carrying the same type of supermarket bag found holding the bomb. the video obtained by our british partner itv news and turned over to police was
recorded just before 7:00 friday morning. an hour and a half later, the bomb sent a fireball through a subway car, injuring more than two dozen people. the video was taken outside this house south of london, site of a counterterrorism raid on saturday. the homeowners, foster parents ron and penelope jones, honored by the queen for taking in hundreds of children, recently they have been helping young refugees from syria and iraq. our british news partners contacted the couple. they had no comment. this morning, londoners went back to work, a visible police presence at train stations and subway lines. the threat level now lowered from critical to severe as police piece together clues. british media are reporting the two men under arrest were cared for at the same foster home. at this point, neither man has been charged. kelly cobiella, nbc news, london. a woman from chester county is one of four boston college students recovering from an acid
attack in france. 22-year-old courtney silverling from chester springs was the other -- was with the other students outside of a train station yesterday. french police say a disturbed woman approached them with no warning, spraying them with acid. the woman was arrested. police do not think it was an act of terror. boston college says the students were treated for burns in a hospital and then released. in oklahoma, police say a gunman fired shots at officers through the walls of a home. the officers were serving a warrant for the man yesterday afternoon. he opened fire and hit both officers. they're in the hospital this morning. the gunman was in a standoff with police for several hours before he surrendered. new york city police are calling it a tragic accident. a 9-year-old boy is dead after a goal post fell on him during soccer practice. the boy was practicing in a youth league at a high school field yesterday when he made some sort of contact with the goal post and it fell on him. he died at the hospital. family members and neighbors are
heart broken. >> he was a wonderful boy. >> i can't even picture how it happened. i don't know if it fell back on him, i don't know. >> investigators will be trying to answer that question as they continue to talk to witnesses. new this morning, veterans from our area are in washington. they gathered at the flower town country club early this morning and took a bus trip organized by the honor flight philadelphia organization. today, the veterans will view monuments and memorials that are dedicated to their service to our country. stops include the arlington national cemetery, and korean war memorial. we talked to a 91-year-old retired marine who served in world war ii, korea and vietnam. he told us what today will be like for him. >> it is going to be a hard thing. know a lot of guys. matter of fact, two of them i enlisted in the marine corps.
their names are on the wall. >> organizers say it is important to let these veterans know they're not forgotten and that their sacrifices have not been forgotten either. today, people in philadelphia and across the nation are observing constitution day. nbc 10 was at the national constitution center on independence mall this morning. admission, free, today. the center is hosting special programs, including a naturalization ceremony and a birthday party for the constitution. this year marks the 230th anniversary of the signing of the document. in philadelphia, crowds will come together for peace this week. peace day philly happens thursday. but there are events already happening. these are pictures from last year's events. the united nations international day of peace happened every year on september 21st. there are events focused on mindfulness and standing up against discrimination, also concerts, one was held yesterday and another will be on thursday.
all with the goal of making a difference. organizers in our area say this year people are getting involved like never before. >> people are really standing up, people who have never stood up before for equality, for social justice, for refugees, are really standing up and getting involved. >> for more details on peace day philly, head to nbc10.com or the nbc 10 app. today kicks off philly fashion week. the first event is the style gala taking place at dilworth park at 6:00 p.m. more fashion shows will follow throughout the week. and look for a concert to benefit hurricane victims. this will be the largest audience to witness an emmy, period! >> former white house press secretary sean spicer made a surprise cameo at last night's emmy awards.
the rolling podium spoof was one of the most popular skits on "saturday night live" last season. "snl" led with nine awards in various categories. "snl" was just one of nbc's big awa award winners last night. they also took home emmies with "this is us" and "the voice." veep won for best comedy series. the outstanding lead actor and actresses were -- brown who plays randall in the hit nbc drama "this is us" was first black lead actor in 20 years to win the emmy for a drama. >> you are the best white tv family that a brother has ever had. >> this is us returns to nbc 10 tuesday nights starting next week. parents, if your teen has ink envy, listen up. there are new guidelines to ensure safety and perhaps
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their parents to check that a salon is regulated by the state and practices infection control. also, be sure your teen's immunizations are up to date and not taking medications that lower immunity. finally, parents and teens need to consider the long-term consequences. 76% of participants thought their tattoo or piercing had hurt their chances of getting a job. to this now, lung cancer is the leading cancer killer in the united states. lung cancer research is one of the least funded of all cancers. this saturday, you're invited to come out and help raise some awareness and raise some much needed money as well. barb tullio is a lung cancer survivor and organizer of the barb tullio lung cancer run and she's here with us, with deb brown. thank you for being here. >> thank you for having us. >> barb, let's start with you.
you say you wouldn't be here today were it not for a car accident a few years ago. tell us about that. >> in october 2012, a woman i call my savior now, she ran a stop sign around the corner from where i live. and that's how the air bag went off, so they did an x-ray, chest x-ray, and i had a wonderful doctor at the er and said i see something, we're going to look at this further and did a cat scan and after testing and biopsies and things like that, i was diagnosed. >> wow. basically found it by accident. >> yes. divine accident. >> absolutely. so tell us about this year's lung cancer run. it has been -- this is the second. >> yes. >> tell us about it. >> last year was amazingly successful. we had over 100 people, 70 some bikes, we start out at my church
in broomall, we start out with the registration, everybody has to sign a waver, we have doughnuts and bagels and coffee. and then we have a beautiful, beautiful, like, 30 mile ride, all back roads, and we end up at hannums in glen mills where we have music and food and contests and things like that. >> a great time. deb, lung cancer is so deadly, often because it is diagnosed too late. how are you working to educate people and to promote early testing. >> well, the american lung association just launched a campaign called saved by the scan. and it is really to encourage individuals to go to save by the scan.org, take a quick quiz, to see if they're at high risk for lung cancer, and if they are, there are tips there that they can take then to their physician and talk to their physician about how to get a lung cancer screening, and just general information about lung cancer
and so the -- it is really easy. saved by the scan.org. >> thank you to you both for being here. barb, deb, thank you for your time. the second annual barb tullio run against lung cancer happening this saturday, september 23rd, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., on westchester pike in broomall, delaware county and ends at hannum harley-davidson in chadd's ford. for more information, head to our website, nbc10.com, or check out the nbc 10 app. in the lehigh valley this evening, you can get free vaccinations for your child at a back to school fair in bethlehem. health officials will vaccinate students who are not covered by insurance. students can also get free school supplies and books as well. now, your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> right back to our radar and satellite map we go, not picking up on radar yet, no rain making
it to the ground. we see a nice deck of clouds rolling on through. and the clouds are the beginning effects of hurricane jose. you see jose very well formed, sitting down to our southeast. the rain bands are starting to approach us and we don't see all of the rain because radar along the coastal points here does not reach far enough out. be it known, there is a ton of rain that will be moving this direction as we go through the next 48 hours or so. and we're expecting the biggest impacts to be at our jersey shore and delaware beaches, why we issued a first alert. today, we're going to have early impacts. mostly cloudy conditions. isolated showers in the afternoon, few sprinkles here and there expected and temperatures going to remain right in the south, mid to upper 70s at best for our high temperatures today. that is all we are expecting for impacts of jose, with the high rip current risk that has been down at the shore since yesterday. that will continue through today. let's talk about jose. here is the projected track.
this looks a little weird. it is because of the hook at the end. let's talk through this. winds at 75 miles per hour. likely stays a category 1, up through the time that it is approaching a parallel to us. in landfall impacts are expected. it should start to weaken to a tropical storm as it sits to the south of cape cod. a possible hook around here as it starts to fall apart entirely. some models want to give it a hook backwards. because it is falling apart, this doesn't look to be as major a threat. it is a little far out still for that. but what we do know is the water temperatures as we go farther north get much cooler. for a hurricane to survive, it needs water temperatures around 80 degrees, what you see to the east of north carolina. look at this, low 70s by us. 60s farther north. this is going to rip apart the hurricane as it does start to move forward. and why it will be weakening. and the threat will be a little lower. nonetheless, under the first alert for the jersey shore delaware beaches, due to steady
rain possible, half an earinch an inch. beach erosion and gusts to 40, 50 miles per hour and that range along our shore points. rough seas expected 10 to 15 feet waves are likely. hour by hour model, let's look at the rain with jose. isolated showers for today. cloudy through the night. there is tuesday morning. we see the rain bands, pockets of heavy rain possible, some of the heavier rain could briefly hit through philly. north and west of philly. steady at the shore. 6:00, still a good bit of rain across the area. the heaviest stuff will approach the shore. this is all going to be dependent on the track. look at wednesday afternoon, even back side showers are possible through our wednesday. thanks to hurricane jose, as we go into thursday, i think that's when things start to calm down. hurricane maria, another one to track, powered up just in the last hour. we got the update of a category
3 storm, likely to impact the caribbean islands that were already impacted by hurricane irma. here is the worst part yet. category 4 potential as we get here tuesday night through thursday morning. that may be right as it cuts right through puerto rico. likely to get to parts of hispaniola. we'll keep you posted on maria as the days progress.
coming up this afternoon, justin thoreau stops by the ellen show. and ellen helps jennifer lopez get ready for her las vegas show. then it is nbc 10 news at 4:00. this afternoon, the sign says rent a dream, but tenants say these delaware apartments were more of a nightmare. the disturbing discovery they made after moving in that's enough to make your skin crawl. that's today at 4:00. krystal klei is here, tracking jose and the impact on us. >> absolutely. we're looking at the conditions worsening as we go through this evening, especially tuesday. particularly at our coastal points. you see even in philly, some rain is likely for tuesday, lingering showers wednesday. look at the temperatures affected by this as well. midupper 70s the next couple of days. >> thank you for watching nbc 10 news. for all of us here at nbc 10,
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